The death of Anthony Bourdain has shocked the world, and chefs and celebrities alike are taking to Twitter to share their memories of the television host, as well as a message to anyone suffering. Gordon Ramsey spoke of Bourdain's importance to exposing the masses to the world around them and reminded anyone who is suicidal that help is always available:

Ramsey was joined by several others who saw the tragedy as an opportunity to use their platform to raise suicide awareness and perhaps prevent another life lost. Other celebrity chefs were simply dumbfounded by the news as Alton Brown took to Twitter, and despite having spent time with Bourdain in the past, couldn't wrap his head around what had happened:

Alton Brown couldn't find the words to describe Anthony Bourdain's impact on the world, but his colleague and Chopped host Ted Allen managed to find some things to say. Allen mentioned Bourdain's body of work, and stated that ultimately, the chef left the world a better place despite his tragic exit:

Ted Allen may have been right in his analysis of Anthony Bourdain's life, as even his oldest rival took to the internet to pay his respects. Famed chef Emeril Lagasse, who Bourdain had publicly feuded with and ridiculed years prior, went to Twitter to memorialize the man he was lucky enough to make peace with prior to:

These are only some of the messages posted on social media in the wake of Anthony Bourdain's death. For what certain celebrities had to say about his passing, head on over to the next page!

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